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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Stockholm was by far our favorite Scandinavian city that we saw (don't tell Copenhagen or Helsinki though, wouldn’t want to hurt their feelings). We took advantage of the Hop On Hop Off bus that the ship offered, figuring that would be the best way to see the sights and then we could circle back to our favorites, like we did in Dublin. Unfortunately we quickly realized that the pace of the bus, combined with the number of people trying to cram ...
We don't have to meet until 15.15 for the boat so decide to visit the Town Hall that dominates the shoreline close to the hotel. It does not disappoint. Only finished in 1923 it has been designed to have a medieval feel to it. The outside plaza has columns facing the water which hint of the Doge's Palace in Venice. Inside every room is decorated in a different style. The biggest is the inner Italian ...
... une base sur la plus grande île jusque dans les années 1980), j’ai été attaqué par un canard. Tandis que Thomas trouvait ça amusant et m’encourageait à aller me faire attaquer par le canard à nouveau, Mélanie a aperçu un nid avec des œufs, que le canard tentait manifestement de protéger.
June 1 was Tram Day in Stockholm! It is an unlikely celebration considering that the tram was abandoned in 1967 when Sweden switched ...
... first to find it. We met two other geocachers there & ended up spending half an hour chatting to them. Was an exciting night (& everyone seemed pretty excited that it was my first 'FTF' (first to find) geocache; we had to get a photo of all of us that found it for the website!)!
I hadn't been for a run here yet & Dane has a sore leg so ...
... airport awaiting the first of two flights that will take us to our next destination. We checked out at noon today, hiking from the hotel to the central bus terminal. There we booked a transfer to the airport. Its 7 now, and we've been killing time here playing cards since around 2pm. In a few hours from now we will reach the edge of the earth. Its probably the most remote and exotic place ill visit; Longyearbyen in Svalbard. An interesting expedition ...